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    2020 Ruth Lewandowski Boaz (Sonoma Valley, CA) 5R


    Medium-bodied wines with more structure and a mouth-feel similar to whole milk

    2020 Ruth Lewandowski Boaz (Sonoma Valley, CA) 5R

    A hearty blend from Mendocino County in California, this wine explodes with flavors of dark fruits such as blueberry and blackcurrant, accompanied by juicy hints of plums and cherries. Its aromatic profile is enriched with intricate layers of floral scents like violets and lavender, intertwined with a touch of peppery spice.

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    About The Varietal


    Carignan is a grape variety with dark skin, believed to have originated in Aragon. This grape is prevalent in wines produced along the Mediterranean coast, particularly in northeastern Spain and the Languedoc-Roussillon region of France. It is frequently used for blending with other significant regional grape varieties, including Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre.

    About The Producer

    Ruth Lewandowski

    After gaining experience at Banner in Alsace, Evan Lewandowski founded Ruth Lewandowski Wines in 2012, initially establishing it in Utah before relocating to Mendocino, California in 2018. Evan's philosophy revolves around the natural cycle of life, which inspired the winery's name from the book of Ruth, symbolizing the cycle of death and redemption found in nature. He is committed to organic farming and spontaneous fermentation. According to Evan, natural fermentation involves the succession of multiple strains of yeast and bacteria, each contributing distinct flavors, aromas, and textures as they thrive and fade, paving the way for the next strain.


    Medium-bodied wines with more structure and a mouth-feel similar to whole milk